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Unread 05-24-2003, 09:06 PM
Wow! Have I got support or what?!

You're not going to believe this, but my DH asked me today to make a list of all the chores I do on a daily basis! He wants it so I don't have to remind him and the kids what needs to get done, and I can focus on getting better after my castle visit. He also asked me if I was getting my questions ready for pre-op day. He's also going with me to pre-op to find out what's what...

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Unread 05-24-2003, 09:09 PM
Wow! Have I got support or what?!

Hi 2kitties

It's wonderful that you have a DH who is so involved in what you are going through. I was a very lucky lady as well, my DH was there for me the whole way through, and it made a big difference in my recovery.

Kudos to you and your DH!! You are going to do just fine!

Unread 05-24-2003, 09:44 PM
Wow! Have I got support or what?!

Hi, that's great. I'm glad you've got so much support. I'll be lucky if my DH will get the dishes done.
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Unread 05-24-2003, 10:08 PM
Wow! Have I got support or what?!

I too have alot of support from my family. I am very very lucky.
best to you..
Unread 05-25-2003, 11:12 AM
Wow! Have I got support or what?!

Your husband sounds like a "keeper." So is mine. My dh had just finished a 6 hr drive and was very tired on the afternoon that I had my Hyst Class at the castle. Not only did he go with me but afterward he took me to my favorite restaurant. He's also planning on cancelling his beloved golf tournament this summer because that's the same time I'm going to the castle. This may not seem like a biggie but he's been going to this tournament for over 25 years and has never missed one! He'll miss Father's Day with the family; but he'll never miss this golf tournament! He's also there whenever I need to talk or just cry. He doesn't try to "fix" things, he just listens and truly understands me. He's my best friend. I wish all our sisters had such supportive hubbies.
Unread 05-25-2003, 12:50 PM
Wow! Have I got support or what?!

I have a very supportive live-in boyfriend. I printed out the FAQ for Family and Friends from this website and read them together. He already made a promise to make my days in the castle comfortable. He even said that he will still love me even tho' I am either crying or getting moody, etc. He just wants the best for me.
Unread 05-25-2003, 01:29 PM
Wow! Have I got support or what?!

I love this thread, and I just have to throw my 2 cents in...

My DSO was so amazing during the whole time of my hyst. Well, he's terrific anyway on a day to day basis - very caring, attentive and loving. I know he was scared by the whole idea of surgery,but he was absolutely my rock during the whole time. My recovery period (once I started feeling like myself again) was like a mini vacation with him. He took time off work to be with me, and was always looking for ideas to make recovery a little easier on me. I remember how proud he was when he came home from K-Mart with a 'scrubbie' to use with my body wash, that had an extra long handle so I would have an easier time in the shower.

I'm so happy for all of my Sisters who have an equally supportive love in their lives.


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